Becher Hoppe's highway capabilities range from major interstate projects to local roadways. We balance budget, design, aesthetics and schedules to ensure the results of our services meet the goals of the community. We provide expert corridor studies, rural and urban highway design, utility coordination, and construction engineering. Our staff and projects have received numerous awards including the American Public Works Association National Transportation Project of the Year Award and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Quality Utility Coordination Award.
Planning for your community's current and future needs begins with developing viable corridors for your transportation system. Defining a roadway corridor can save substantial real estate costs by spreading purchases over many years and reducing or eliminating the need to relocate homes and businesses.
Becher Hoppe uses the latest design standards to address aging pavement, with projects to reconstruct or rehabilitate roads to meet the persistent demands of the traveling public and steadily increasing traffic. Mindful of limited highway improvement budgets, we can assist with securing grants to enhance, repair or rehabilitate rural highways.
Becher Hoppe's Community Sensitive Design approach ensures that your street or road project is aesthetically pleasing, functional, economical and minimally disruptive to residents and businesses during construction. From enhancements, such as planting areas and brick pavers, to new public parking areas, or a realigned urban-connecting highway to improve traffic flow, our firm is street-ready.
Communication and coordination between all project stakeholders is critical to the successful completion of every project. Our team of WisDOT Certified Highway Technicians will serve your project with enthusiasm and excellence from beginning to end.